Due to the high number of people employed by Local Authorities and Councils, they will always run one of the highest risks of becoming involved in chainsaw insurance claims
We have had a busy month of training with emphasis on Pesticide Application NPTC PA 1 and PA6a being the most popular
This is how it all works in our land based training world.
Welcome to 2013 – we got there eventually and I am looking forward to a new Era.
Power lines are a real issue with many workplace activities and so many accidents occur as a result of people not being aware that the lines are there. While Santa is at work delivering all those present he really should do a risk assessment first!
We are nicely into the season for chainsaw work and we have good woodland available to us for our chainsaw courses.
On the first day of Christmas my Training Provider said to me…………… have you done a risk assessment recently?
With plenty of people out there in the market place looking for new jobs, it is essential you go for interviews with your competency certificates reflecting your current skills. There are plenty of people now looking for new jobs and Employers will be inclined to choose the candidate who presents them with the least expense in training. […]
Do you have the right certificates for the job you do? Leading land based training provider Newlands Training has reminded all arboriculturalists working with chainsaws that they are required to hold certificates of competence before they can work. Newlands Training supplies a range of basic and intermediate chainsaw courses supporting a wide variety of occupations, […]
Local land based training provider, Newlands Training, was recently involved in training a group of volunteers in brush cutting training and chainsaw training as part of the EuCAN 2010 programme. EuCAN is an exciting conservation project set up by West Dorset educational charity, The Kingcombe Trust, to enable people from the UK to contribute to […]